Beach Week

Imagine a relaxing vacation along the shores of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. If you’re looking for a quiet stay then try and vacation during the week because that’s when it is most peaceful. The weekends tend to be a bit more lively. So now you know when to go, but what will you do on vacation? There’s plenty more to do than just sun bathing at one of the many beaches. A great way to unplug and unwind is by taking a nature walk. One of my favorites would have to be the Fort Hill Trail. Simply pick up a pamphlet and begin your self-guided tour. This trail is full of history and includes a beautiful view of Nauset Marsh.In the pamphlet you will discover a brief history of the area. It states that, “Before this was New England, it was New France. Sieur de Monts, Govenor of New France, possessed a grant for fur trading, but his attempt to settle at St.Croix (New Brunswick) proved disastrous.” Other fun walks include the two mile Brewster Town walk, the National Seashore, and Nauset Beach. If you aren’t the most outdoorsy person there is still plenty to do. You may find yourself at one of the many beaches. A great beach is the Pleasant Road beach. That’s where I made good use of my Target bathing suits. You can find both online here. After a day at the beach you might find yourself at Captain Parker’s Pub. This pub and restaurant is family friendly and features a National and regionally award winning clam chowder. Still not your speed? You can try your hand at mini golf at Pirates Cove Miniature Golf. Pirates Cove features two fun courses you can choose from. Regardless of where you stay or what you do there will always be something to fun to try.




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